Aurora A Inhibitor I (TC-S 7010)
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CAS No. 1158838-45-9
Aurora A Inhibitor I (TC-S 7010) is a novel, potent, and selective inhibitor of Aurora A with IC50 of 3.4 nM in a cell-free assay. It is 1000-fold more selective for Aurora A than Aurora B. Aurora A Inhibitor I (TC-S 7010) triggers apoptosis through the ROS-mediated UPR signaling pathway.
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|Description||Aurora A Inhibitor I (TC-S 7010) is a novel, potent, and selective inhibitor of Aurora A with IC50 of 3.4 nM in a cell-free assay. It is 1000-fold more selective for Aurora A than Aurora B. Aurora A Inhibitor I (TC-S 7010) triggers apoptosis through the ROS-mediated UPR signaling pathway.|
|Features||Aurora A Inhibitor I is a novel, potent, and selective inhibitor to Aurora A.|
Aurora A Inhibitor I is a 2,4-dianilinopyrimidine that selectively and potently inhibits Aurora A. Aurora A Inhibitor I effectively inhibits the proliferation of HCT116 and HT29 cells, with IC50 of 190 nM and 2.9 μM, respectively. The Aurora A selectivity of Aurora A Inhibitor I against Aurora B depends on a single amino acid (Thr217) of Aurora A.  In KCL-22 cells, Aurora A Inhibitor I (1-5 μM) increases G2/M cell fraction, induces histone H3 serine 10 phosphorylation, and suppresses mitotic Aurora A autophosphorylation on Thr288. Aurora A Inhibitor I (0.5-5 μM) also suppresses cell proliferation in KCL-22 cells, as well as BCR-ABL-negative leukemia cell lines KG-1 and HL-60. Aurora A Inhibitor I effectively induces apoptosis in KCL-22 cells at 5 μM.  In a recent study, Aurora A Inhibitor I is also found to inhibit cell growth of HCT116, HT29, and HeLa cells, with IC50 of 377.6 nM, 5.6 μM, and 416 nM. 
Auroras A and B Inhibition Assays:Both Auroras A and B are assayed in ELISA format using a GST fusion (pGEX-4T) of the N-terminus of Histone H3 (aa 1−18) as substrate. Plates are coated with 2 μg/mL substrate in PBS then blocked with 1 mg/mL I-block in PBS. Kinase reactions are run for 40 min with 5 ng/mL (0.16 nM) Aurora A or 45 ng/mL (1.1 nM) Aurora B at 30 μM ATP (~ Km) in kinase buffer. Final DMSO concentration is 4%. Product is detected by incubation with antiphosphohistone H3 (Ser10) 6G3 mouse monoclonal antibody and sheep-anti-mouse HRP conjugate, followed by washing and addition of TMB substrate. After quenching with 1 M phosphoric acid, plates are read at 450 nM.
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-  Kwiatkowski N, et al. ACS Chem Biol, 2012, 7(1), 185-196.
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